Milestone has just announced that WRC will be available on October 8th on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. So get ready to drive all over the 550km of the 78 rally stages from the 13 countries which are featured in the game. Meanwhile, here is a new set of images.
London – 12th July 2010
Black Bean Games today announced the final release date for WRC, the only official FIA World Rally Championship videogame. The game is being developed by Milestone and will be available in stores on the 8th of October for PlayStation®3, Xbox®360 and PC.
For the first time in five years the official WRC videogame is back and will be available in formats for home consoles and PC with an exclusive package representing all the official licensed cars, drivers and co-drivers from the current WRC season and from all support classes: P-WRC, S-WRC, J-WRC.
Petrol-heads, motorsport enthusiasts and WRC fans alike will experience a unique game that delivers a realistic and accessible driving model. The game features 78 different rally stages and over 550km of varied road conditions from the 13 countries which host a round of the WRC. Also available for the first time is the new “Road to the WRC” career mode presenting the opportunity to compete for 50 different trophies. In addition many online multiplayer game modes combine to make the WRC game an epic motorsport adventure and the ultimate rally gaming experience.
Additional information will follow shortly on www.wrcthegame.com and http://blog.milestone.it. In the meantime, just save the date to enjoy the real WRC world: 8th October 2010!
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